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Exam_1_Quick_Answers - Primary source of wealth pre industrial Main element of colonial diet Largest food crow 2 other main grains grown Leading

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Primary source of wealth; pre industrial Main element of colonial diet Largest food crow 2 other main grains grown Leading cash crop 2 crops slave labor was used for New England’s most valuable export Primary objective of colonial trappers Cause of French and Indian War Besides animals – most valuable inhabitant of forests American tree declared sole property of British Crown Largest Colonial Industry Used as a base in perfumes 2 main fibers in clothing Another name for a craftsman Trading goods for goods Most famous Great Planters (2) Most important source of invisible earnings Primarily responsible for increases in personal income Wealth not evenly distributed in this region 2 key economic issues precipitating discussion of independence Primary source of government revenue until 1920 Great strength of the Worldly Philosophers Revolution that exceeded in importance the French and American Category of people with same basic beliefs but may not agree on details Closing off land and making it private property
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2009 for the course ECON 1301 taught by Professor Drkentgilbreath during the Spring '08 term at Baylor.

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Exam_1_Quick_Answers - Primary source of wealth pre industrial Main element of colonial diet Largest food crow 2 other main grains grown Leading

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